Net 1 on 1 Offering Holiday Discounts

ST. ALBANS, England — Net 1on1 has announced a sale with discounts of up to 40 percent to help retailers stock up for Valentine’s Day.

The sale runs until Jan. 31 and includes big brands such as Crazy Girl, Loveline, Doc Johnson, RealRock, Tenga, Sportsheets and Tantus.

“Last year we saw our biggest Black Friday Sale yet and phenomenal demand over the entire Christmas season from retailers looking to cash in on the growing trend for online shopping. As the ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ saga continues and worldwide economies improve we are fully prepared for another record year for online sales in the run up to Valentine’s Day.

We are also developing our “Dropship” ship service this year too, making it easier than ever for start-up online stores to get off the ground and cash in on one of the biggest seasons in the industry,” managing director Tony Gonzalez said.

Top bargains include 30 percent off the cream colored Hank Silicone Dildo by Tantus (now just £ 16.14 each), 30 percent off the Flip Hole by Tenga in red (now just £ 31.50 each), and 40 percent off the portable Livvy Vibrator by Loveline in black with a rotary knob (now just £6.22 each).

Other interesting deals include 30 percent off the Pump Worx Mega-Vac Vibrating Power Pump by Pipedream Products which allows the user to see and measure the penis as it grows (now just £18.89 each), 13 percent off the stainless steel Aneros Tempo Anal Stimulator (now just £ 37.22 each), and 25 percent off the Boom Olive 10 Speed Silicone G-Spot Vibrator White (now just £21.26 each).

The company noted that retailers who cannot hold large amounts of stock can also benefit from the pre-Valentine’s Day rush thanks to its Dropship service, which helps to reduce costs and take the hassle out of making money from selling sex toys online. Net 1on1 will warehouse stock on behalf of online retailers and deal with the logistics of fulfilling their orders to the consumer with personalized branding, saving time and money on holding stock. Orders placed on a retailer’s website can even be automatically processed by via an automated order import facility.